"...get your face in the dirt; cram your mouth and swallow with so much greed you choke yourself, a lump in your gullet like Saint-Exupéry’s snake..." A poem by Christine Knight
LinYee Yuan, the founder and editor of MOLD magazine, talks about designing the future of food, working in print and her recent return to place-based practice in the community.
Jonathan Nunn, the founder of Vittles, talks to The Common Table about his new book with Open City concerning food, architecture, diversity and marginal spaces in London.
Alone in space, their relationship with the routine of growing food is the only one our protagonist needs, until they make a mistake. A short story by Jimenez Lai.
Artist film-maker Jumana Manna's new film "Foragers" is about the criminalisation of herb-picking culture in Palestine and Israel. An exclusive interview for The Common Table by Sophia Hoffinger.
Anthropologist architects Jingru (Cyan) Cheng and Chen Zhan bring chairs to The Common Table as tools for resilient collective structures of care in China.
Designers of the future Superflux's Refuge for Resurgence invokes the symbolic by setting a table for interspecies dialogue in the wreckage of the Anthropocene, writes Alec Carver.
Nilesh Patel made this beautiful black and white short film about his mother making samosas for love and for the future. Twenty years later we asked him to revisit.
Rapunzel's mother experienced lettuce love and look where it got her. In this shortest of stories, author Trista Wilson's protagonist has a narrow escape in the produce section.